If there is water or moisture in your crawl space the first thing that needs to be identified is if the crawl space is dirt, gravel, sand, stone, or concrete. The next thing to identify is if the crawl space has a drainage system. If your crawl space has both drainage and concrete the system installed is failing. Before there was plastic drain tile they used terracotta tile and over time the terracotta tile will collapse. When waterproofing crawl spaces with this problem we have to break out the concrete and reinstall new drain tile. When waterproofing crawlspaces that are sand, dirt, stone, or gravel the perimeter simply has to be trenched and drain tile has to be installed. To waterproof a crawl space properly factors need to be taken into account. The professionals at Concrete Crawlspaces and Basement Waterproofing Corp. are waterproofing crawl space experts!
There is only one right way when it comes to waterproofing crawl spaces. Concrete Crawlspaces and Basement Waterproofing's methods have proven to work and it’s, because of our experience. The most important part of waterproofing crawl spaces is to make sure that the crawl space is inspected properly. ALL of our field specialists will get inside the crawl space and inspect it for foundation cracks, hydrostatic pressure, broken drain tiles, and broken pumps. While they are inside of your crawl space they will take measurements of the length, width and height. At that point we are able to put together an estimate for you that are easy for you to read and understand.
If you are thinking of waterproofing your crawl space give us a call or enter your information here for a free estimate. We have been waterproofing crawl spaces with over 30 years of experience.